For the past 9 months I have felt like I’ve been on Zombie mode. Wake, work, work, work, eat, work, work, work, sleep, snore, snore, snore, wake, work, work, work, eat, work, work, work, work, work… The past 9 months have been insane; awesome and crazy. My hyper focus on work related projects has its price. For the past 9 months I have neglected my love of pop culture and cultured entertainment. In essence I feel my vocabulary diminishing as without the time or energy to expose my mind to fresh literature I am unable to explore new worlds of imaginative glory.
My pop culture deprivation is like a zombie apocalypse, (maybe not but for editorial reasons let’s pretend). With my zombie like state of mind it stands to logic that a zombie novel would be the perfect icebreaker to stop the apocalypse.
Warm Bodies, written by Isaac Morrian, is a paranormal romantic comedy that explores and exploits the humanity in the undead. Warm Bodies is a light and funny read that manages to find hope in even the darkest of situations.
(If reading is to beyond your zombie like state, it’s cool. You can also stop the apocalypse by watching the movie version).